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The The Life-Cycle of the butterfly

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Rubric Code: QXCA7X8
This rubric is scoring an ASSESSMENT PLAN which assesses the lesson plan of the life-cycle of the butterfly.
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Keywords: Butterfly, metamorphosis, egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, antennae, thorax, abdomen, cocoon
Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Assessment  
Grade Levels: K-5


Powered by iRubric The Life-Cycle of the Butterfly
Learning about the life cycle of Buterfly
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Excellent
4 pts
CONTENT KNOWLEDGE
stages of life cycle<BR>
of butterfly. knows butterfly vocabulary, creates butterfly character.
Poor

Shows little understanding of the material studied- the life-cycle of the butterfly.
Fair

Shows partial understanding of the life-cycle of the butterfly.
Good

Shows understanding of 3/4 of the material studied about the life-cycle of the butterfly.
Excellent

Demonstrates full understanding of the life-cycle of the butterfly, spells and uses vocabulary correctly, and creates a butterfly character and short story.
Critical thinking
Critical thinking. Creative thinking, and problem solving. Writes a creative short story
Poor

student complted 0 to 2 steps in the writing process.
Fair

students completed 3 out of 5 steps in the writing process.
Good

Students completed 4 out of 5 steps in the writing process.
Excellent

Student completed all 5 steps in the writing process.
Collaborative/Teamwork Skills
Demonstrates the ability to work in small groups and communicate clearly with peers.
Poor

Student refuses to work in a group or communicate with peers.
Fair

Student is able to sit and work for 15 minutes in his group.
Good

Student is able to sit and work plus communicate with peers for 30 minutes.
Excellent

Student is able to sit and work, communicate effectively and show enthusiasm for 1 hour.
Reflective Skills
Students are to write an assessment on how they feel about their participation in this project
Poor

Student refuses to write any reflective thoughts.
Fair

Student shows litttle insight into his/her participation in the process of learning about the life-cycle of the butterfly.
Good

Details of the process of learning are well documented, using good sentence structure and punctuation.
Excellent

Students' details of progress are in logical order, vocabulary is used properly, punctuation is correct and the student shares their feelings and thoughts about the learning. process.
Speaks Clearly
When presenting the short story, the student speaks clearly and slowly so all can understand.
Poor

Student mumbles and or can not pronounce the words he has written
Fair

Speaks clearly and distinctly 85-94% of the time. Mispronounces no more than one word.
Good

Speaks clearly and distinctly 95-100% of the time, but mispronounces one word.
Excellent

Speaks clearly and distinctly 100% of the time, and does not mispronounce any words.
Eye contact
Student is to use eye contact when presenting their short story.
Poor

Student reads his story with no eye contact.
Fair

Student occasionally uses eye ccontact, but still reads most of the report.
Good

Student maintains eye contact most of the time but frequently returns to his notes.
Excellent

Student maintains eye contact with audience, seldom referring to notes
Graphics
Students are to use pictures, photos and drawings to enhance their story.
Poor

Student uses superflous graphics or no graphics.
Fair

Student occasionally uses graphics that rarely support text and presentation.
Good

Student's graphics relate to text and presentation.
Excellent

Students's graphics explain and reinforce screen text and presentation.



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